I have a wrinkled neck with folds of loose skin. I think a neck lift would help me tremendously. Where are the incisions located for this? How long does complete recovery take? I am 62 and in excellent health.
Well, a traditional necklift has one incision under the chin and one behind each ear. The one under the chin is used to tighten the neck muscles, and the ones behind the ears to redrape the skin. I will say, however, that most 62 year old women are not candidates for a traditional necklift. They are better served with a facelift because of the excessive skin laxity.